Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1971-01-28, page 01
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/ S/\^ Serving Columbus, "Central''^andSoiithwestern Ohio Q\^ VOL. 49 NO. 4 JANUARY 28, 1971-SHEVAT 2 ••i Inlili Mnh ¦ ^iilSliffiiiiffi PARIS (WNS)-President Georges Pompidou declared again that France's Middle East policy has not changed and was based on two principles: "Israel's right to existence behind safe, secure borders and Israel's withdrawal from all of the captured Arab territories." LONDON (WNS)-^According to reports from various reliable sources reaching here the central committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization, the umbrdla group of the 10 major guerrilla organizations, bas agreed to support a political settlement of the Middle EJast conflict. NEW YORK (WNS)-Tbe real issue between Israel and the Arab states is "securily, not territory" Gen. Yitzhak Rabui, Israel's Ambassador to tbe U.S. told a meeting of tbe Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. Dr. William A. Wexler of Savannah, Ga. was reelected to a second term as president of the organization. EVANSTON, ILL. (WNS)-Trie president of Nor¬ thwestern University has been urged to change the schedule for New Student Wedc next September because it conflicts with the start of the Jewish Hi^ Holy Days. '1'. TEL AVIV (WNS)-Forty Japanese men and women students; members of the Japan Kibbutz Movement, have completed a two-week seminar on cooperation at Afro-Asian Institute here and will go to work on Israeli kibbutzim. Ibe Japanese kibbutz movement, com¬ posed' of 20 kibbiitzini, is the result of efforts at cooperative farming. Czech Nuy Croup. To Appear Al U.IFC Dinner Wed. Egypt Accused Of Double-Dealing On Mid-East Proposals - Ben Goodman, General Cbairman of- the 1971 Campaign of the United Jewish Fund and Council, has annouQc^Mbat in ad¬ dition to hearing Bernard Cherrick, of Hebrew University in Jerusalem, all Uiose who attend the $5,000 ¦ Minimum Dumer Meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 3 at tne ,;- Winding HoUow Country Club will have the op¬ portunity to meet and hear the Czech Noy Group directiy from a Kilibutz in Israel. Leader of the group .is Czech Noy, security officer for the ' Kibbutz. Accompanyuig him . are Anina Korate, Reched Korate and Uri PesacboK. Ibey have appeared all over the country, in a film-aiid-in person presentation of the proUems which daily face a border Kibbutz in Israel during the supposed cease¬ fire. Gordon Zacks, Chairman of the Advance Gifts Division, which is sponsoring " the dinner on Feb. 3, was enthusiastic in - his description of the program planned to bring before those BERNARDCHERRICK Middle East. Bom in Dublin and educated in England, Mir. Cherrick has gained wide recognition as an ad¬ ministrator and orator." . Ibe members Of the border kibbutz, Kf so: Ruppin, will tell the story of what it is like to live m a kibbutz which is constantiy under fire, and their feelings about their life there. K will be a hard¬ hitting and educational presentation on the Jewish spiriti as expressed by tbe people of Israel. • While they are in Cbiumbus, the "Czech Noy Group" will also address a in attendance the fullvvomen's Meetuig it 1 p.m. dimensions of the crisis now^ ^t the Esther C. Melton facing Israel, wbich calls for Community Services sacrificial giving on the part of all who can do so. "We are bringing Mr. Cherrick, the Executive Vice.president of the Hebrew University, to Columbus," he stated, "since he is a renowned speaker of wide-ranging intellect and understanding of the current situation in the Build., and will speak at. Hilld t(} a group of student^ at 4 p.m. JERUSALEM (WNS)- PoliUcal sources here have accused Egypt of "double- dealing" on Middle East peace proposals. They daim that the Egyptian note to UN Mediator Gunnar V. Jarring and the Security Council, made public by the Egyp¬ tians, differed from and was "less moderate" than the still secret Egyptian reply to Israd's peace proposals that were delivered tbrough' Dr. Jarring. However, tbe announced Egyptian statement does not call for a Security Council meeting (such a call had been expected m some political cirdes) and territory. It also does not request a formal peace agreement, something Israel is insisting upon. 'The E^tian note charged Israd with Procrastuiation to "escape carrying out ber obligation" and said that Egypt requues "Isradi withdrawal''from Arab territories" captured in 1^- and a "just set¬ tlement for Palestinian refugees." Jordan's reply (b Israel's peace proposals ' were received in Jerusalem and dosely paralleled the Egyptian response.. It called for a return to the 1967 norders and a return of East Jerusalem to Jordan. The Jocdanian reply said free acc^rTSythe holy places would be persons of' guaranteed ¦aU faitiis." to Isradi sources noted that sucb guarantees were in¬ corporated in the 1948 ar¬ mistice agreement but Jewish access to Jewish holy places was banned t^ Jor¬ dan when it controlled "Old" Jerusalem from 1948 until June,'1967. Riga Trial Of Four Jews Reported Underway NEW YORK (WNS)- Reports reachuig here say ttie long scheduled trial of four Soviet Jews hi Riga, Latvia has begun in total secrecy. Jewish spurces in the Soviet Union could neithor confirm bi^ deny the rqWrts. If tbe ireports are true, it is believied ttie trial is. being conducted in a complete news Idackout m an attempt by Soviet authorities to forstall the khid of protest that erupted last month against the Leningrad trial. Ibe four Jews reportedly on trial, charged with anti- Soviet activities, are Ruth Aleksandrovich, 23, a nurse; Arkady Shpilberg, 23, an engineer, and: Mikhail Shepshelovich, 27 and Boris Maftsier, 23, occupatiims unknown. It was reported that Margarita Shpilberg, wife of Arkady Shpilberg, has given birth to a daughter and has been attempting, un¬ successfully, to secure ^ permission to see her husband and show him tbeir child, a daughter named Yocheved. Physicians To Hear Middle East Expert Next Wednesday Captain Raphael Balguir, a hero of tbe Six Day War, will ' speak at the Physicians Section Dinner, next Wed¬ nesday evening, Feb. 3, at the Columbus .Sheraton Hotel, in bdialf of ttie 1971 Campaign of the United Jewish Fund and Council. Dr. Jack Marks, chafr¬ man, with his co^bairmen, ,ljr. Philip Goldbig and Dr. Paul Miller, have extended an invitation to all physldans in the. .^Vfi- mimily, to join them ^Jj^^. Catitain Balgur tdl:^^^ situation in the Middle ^^sjt, which has dictat^ljstK'i^ dimensions of the current CamiKiign. ' Pr.tpiilgur.is an expert on Middle fEast problems, and has served as Special Representative of the Jewish Agency in Canada. He received his PH.D. from Penn Universitu^nd Dropsie College, spdc%lizing m psychotherapy lyitti children from brdcen homes as a result of the, war. Followuig World War ui he was inr strumental in transporting Jews from liberated . con¬ centration camps, priniarily from Bergen Belsen. Left to right Mrs. Terry Meyer, Mrs. Robert Garek, Mrs. Stephen Nacht and Mrs. Edward Nygren. Angel Luncheon Fek 2 Time is drawing near for tbe 13th Annual Angel Luncheon of the Columbus Sectibii, National Council of Jewish Womeii. Miss Marlene Sanders will be the guest spieaker at the lun¬ cheon, Tuesday Feb. 2, at Winding Hollow Country aub. Hostesses for tbe I^heon will be the following yvptnen. Mesdames: Alani^ Morris, Stephen Rubin, David Glide- man, David Gerstenfdd, Alvhi Ruben, Blair Ruben, John Resler, Guido &p- pelbaum, Gerald Jacobs, Tbeodore Schlonsky, Stan¬ ford Singer, v Reservations may be made by cidling Mrs. Allan Schulu, 237-6988 or Mrs. Willard Bomstein, 231^6165. For transportation, caU Mrs. Gerald Friedman, 231-6279. Suggestions for selection of the Angel-of-the-Day award ^ould be made to Mrs. Maurice Zox, 285 S. Dawson. ^ cart: RAPHAEL BALGUR TbeP CocktaU Hour and Dinner will be hosted by the following physicians,: wbv for BiW. Louis Aaron Caplan, All Copy Must Be Mailed To ^ Our New Address: / P.O. BOX 13299 Cobnbas, Ohia 43213 are acting as ttie affair: Dr. Abramsob, Dr. Addman, Dr. Canowitz, Dr. B.B. Dr. Elmer Engelman, Dr. Robert Friedman, Dr. Philip Golding; Dr. Louis Goorey, Dr. Robert Hallet, Dr. Max Kanter, Dr. Richard Keates, Dr. Milton Levitin, Dr. Jack Marks, Dr. Tearle Meyer, Dr. Paul Miller, Dr. Munroe Palesjtfant, Dr. Irving Pine, Dr.: Samuel Portman, Dr. Louis Priaver, Dr. Malcolm Robbins, Dr. Jack Silber¬ stein, Dr. Harry Topolosky,. Dr." David Yashon and Dr. Maurice Zox. .. . ,v Invited'as guests of the (CONTINUEP ON PAGE 41 JDB Wai Conduct Consumer Boycott NEW YORK IWNS)- Rabbi Mefr Kahane, national diafrman of the Jewish Defense League, announced that his organization will conduct a consumet boycott agaiiist Americaif"; com¬ panies doing business .with, the' Soviet Union ahd will conduct "non-violent ac¬ tions" against organizations engaged in ^:f;ultural ex¬ change programs with the USSR. Earlier, Rabbi Kahane had announced an "in¬ definite ¦moratorium" on .harassment' of Soviet of¬ ficials and their families because "contacts" in the government and> American Jewish organizations had assured him '^JDL had made its point," he said. 'The c^ for an "inddinite moratorium" followed by a day the indictment of Rabbi; Kahane ahd eight members of the JDL on | various charges of harassment, disorderly conduct and in¬ citing riot. All the ddendants pleaded not guilty and were' released on bail. Avrum and Nancy Her- shkovits, the couple arrested on Sept. 27 for attempting to board a London-bouiid airliner armed with guns and grenades, pleaded guilty to chiEU-ges of falsifying their passports. They will be sentenced next month.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1971-01-28|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
|Creator||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Collection||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
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